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Skanska signs Norwegian highway contract
29 November, 2023
Skanska, in joint venture with Syltern, has signed a contract to build the new E6 highway in Norway, including an 800m tunnel.

HS2 exhibition aims to inspire next generation of engineers
19 October, 2023
An exhibition showcasing the HS2 tunnels has opened at Birmingham's science museum, Thinktank.

Tunnelling progresses on Oslo water project
13 September, 2023
A TBM that will drill one of the tunnels for the Oslo New Water Supply Project has arrived in the Norwegian capital.

Person in hospital and works stopped after incident at HS2 vent shaft
30 August, 2023
An HS2 worker remains in hospital after five people were injured at a vent shaft site on Saturday.

HS2 opens TBM naming competition
21 August, 2023
HS2 is asking the public to choose names for the next two TBMs that will dig high-speed rail tunnels under London.

First mile completed on HS2 London tunnel
31 July, 2023
Two TBMs in London have completed the first mile of twin-bored tunnel for HS2 in the capital.

Production of HS2 tunnel segments begins at new Strabag facility
25 July, 2023
Strabag has started manufacture of more than 83,000 concrete tunnel segments for HS2 at a new facility at Hartlepool docks.

Geopolymer concrete in tunnelling
24 July, 2023
At the monthly BTS meeting at the Institution of Civil Engineers, in London, in March 2023, John Day, Chief Technical Officer of Wagners EFC Pty Ltd, Charles Allen, Director of OTB Concrete, and Richard Sutherden, Engineering Director with Murphy for the HMJV (Hochtief- Murphy Joint Venture) provided perspectives on the use and future potential of geopolymer concretes, and the Earth Friendly Concrete in particular, in underground applications

Skanksa completes $1.8bn underground rail scheme in Los Angeles
30 June, 2023
Skanska, in collaboration with Traylor Bros, has successfully concluded its involvement in the underground Regional Connector Transit project situated in downtown Los Angeles, marking the end of their nine-year engagement. The joint venture secured the design-build contract from LA Metro in April 2014, leading to the completion of this remarkable $1.8 billion undertaking.

Packed schedule in Boston
28 June, 2023
TTNA previews the packed program for RETC 2023, in Boston, MA, in June

Two years of permanent construction completed at HS2’s Old Oak Common Station site
23 June, 2023
Two years of permanent construction have been completed at HS2’s Old Oak Common Station site.

Skanksa wins further Norwegian road project
22 June, 2023
Skanska has secured the contract for the design and construction of the E10/rv 85 road project in northern Norway, including seven tunnels.

HS2 green tunnel portal completed
16 June, 2023
Skanska Costain Strabag joint venture (SCS) has completed the western portal of HS2’s Copthall Green Tunnel.

Skansa secures Norwegian tunnels work
09 June, 2023
Skanska has signed a contract with the Norwegian Road Authority to deliver a section of Norway’s E18 motorway, including two tunnels.

Hole appears above HS2 Chiltern Tunnel
15 May, 2023
Investigations are under way after a surface hole appeared above an HS2 tunnel in Buckinghamshire on Saturday.

HS2 trials dual-fuel piling rig
28 April, 2023
HS2 has installed four 30m-deep piles on a London site using a hydrogen dual-fuel piling rig.

HS2 confirms work on Euston Tunnel on hold
18 April, 2023
HS2 Ltd has confirmed that tunnelling to London’s Euston Station terminus has been deferred.

HS2 delay and Euston revisions will add costs, says NAO
27 March, 2023
The government’s two-year pause on parts of HS2 will create additional costs and a potential higher price overall, according to the public spending watchdog.

SCS Monitoring after HS2 foam pool appears
21 February, 2023
Tunnelling on HS2 was halted for around two hours on Saturday after a pool of foam appeared above the TBM in Ruislip.

Norwegian Tunnels Stats Update: 2022
21 February, 2023
Data from the latest annual update on tunnelling activity in Norway show an uptick in excavation and well as some changes in who is doing the most work